Residential Conveyancing Solicitors in Wickford
Cunningtons Solicitors’ Wickford Office was opened in 1989 by Cunningtons Solicitors’ Managing Partner Paul Fenton and is located on London Road in Wickford. The office specialises in residential conveyancing and has recently expanded its business premises.
Cunningtons Solicitors Wickford offers a dedicated and personalised residential conveyancing service for the local community. Cunningtons Solicitors Wickford believes in the traditional approach of an office based around the personal touch with each client telephone call being answered by the solicitor or solicitor’ secretary. The modern benefits of the technological world prevail in the methods we employ to gain information upon properties. The internet is utilised to request information from the Land Registry and the search results upon properties are e mailed to each solicitor to save any unnecessary postal delay. Clients regularly comment on the friendliness and efficiency of the service.
The Cunningtons Solicitors Wickford office also offers specialist matrimonial advice in a department managed by Louise Paynter (Senior Associate) and Sarah Chipperfield (Assistant Solicitor).
The Cunningtons Solicitors Wickford client base reaches to Southend-on-Sea, Basildon, Rayleigh, Maldon, Brentwood and Grays. However, our residential conveyancing solicitors are happy to act in respect of properties based in any location within England and Wales. Cunningtons’ widespread branch offices enable a swift exchange of documents as a Wickford client can entrust their documentation to any other branch office and be assured that the documents will be received by their solicitor the next day.
This small south Essex town is situated approximately 30 miles east of London, and is close to Billericay, Laindon, Pitsea, and South and West Hanningfield, and is a commuter town with excellent transport links to London. Also nearby is the picturesque village of Battlesbridge, which home to a number of leading antique dealers.
The town is currently subject to some major redevelopment, including the Riverside Living development on the banks of the River Crouch, although some of it is controversial and subject to local opposition.